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Thursday, October 17,2013

Election Guide 2013: Longmont City Council At Large

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Well, to be honest, we can rule out incumbents Gabe Santos and Alex Sammoury from the start, given that they are regularly on the wrong side of issues we care about, like their very reluctant support of the fracking regulations approved by city council in summer 2012.
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Thursday, October 17,2013

Election Guide 2013: Coombs for Longmont Mayor

By Boulder Weekly Staff
We found Coombs’ responses to our election questionnaire persuasive. Of course, we had nothing to compare them to.
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Thursday, October 17,2013

Election Guide 2013: No on Boulder Ballot Question 310

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Question 310 may look good on the outside, but open the trap door and gander within and you’ll see a time bomb waiting to destroy all the hard work that’s gone into the municipalization process thus far.
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Thursday, October 17,2013

Election Guide 2013: Yes on Boulder Ballot Question 2H

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Unless this is the first time you’ve picked up Boulder Weekly in a couple of years, you can probably guess where we are coming down on fracking bans in this election.
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Thursday, October 17,2013

Election Guide 2013: Yes on Boulder Ballot Question 2G

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Given Boulder’s status as a hub for education, science and technology, there’s a good chance Boulder’s missing out on input from some of its best-educated residents.
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Thursday, October 17,2013

Election Guide 2013: Yes on Boulder Ballot Question 2F

By Boulder Weekly Staff
At the end of the day, Question 2F is about giving the city more flexibility to keep its financial house in order by empowering it to make the best deals possible when it comes to city debt.
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Thursday, October 17,2013

Election Guide 2013: Yes on Boulder Ballot Question 2E

By Boulder Weekly Staff
If you believe that a utility owned and operated by the people of Boulder will be more committed to finding sustainable sources of energy than a utility owned by Xcel, whose primary legal obligation is to return the maximum profit possible to its shareholders, then vote yes on 2E.
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Thursday, October 17,2013

Election Guide 2013: Yes on Boulder Ballot Issue 2D

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Question 2D, the third of the three open space/transportation measures on the ballot, asks Boulder voters to continue an open space tax that expires at the end of 2019 — but begin using that money for transportation instead, and, eventually, the general fund.
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Thursday, October 17,2013

Election Guide 2013: Yes on Boulder Ballot Issue 2C

By Boulder Weekly Staff
This open space tax, a .33 cent sales and use tax that shouldn’t be confused with the one addressed in 2B and 2D, would be extended in perpetuity if 2C passes, but the city’s general fund would start getting a slice of the pie.
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Thursday, October 17,2013

Election Guide 2013: Yes on Boulder Ballot Issue 2B

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Issue 2B is one of three tax-related measures on the ballot related primarily to funding for transportation and open space.
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